The New York Times' Nicholas Kristof is in Bahrain, where protesters have taken over the central square in Manama. Tuesday, the police killed two protesters, but today, the protests have been peaceful. Bahrain's citizens are asking for a real consitutional monarchy. Kristof explains that the rise of the middle class in Bahrain is one of the reasons there are demands for a more democratic rule.
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